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Police Blotter: Woman reports her back window on car possibly shot out

A Dickinson woman reported to police Wednesday afternoon that someone may have fired a shot at her back window of her car, causing it to break. The woman reported that someone had fired a firearm from a vehicle on the 1500 block of South Highway ...

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A Dickinson woman reported to police Wednesday afternoon that someone may have fired a shot at her back window of her car, causing it to break.

The woman reported that someone had fired a firearm from a vehicle on the 1500 block of South Highway 22 which went onto shatter her back window. However, police were unable to locate a shell casing, bullet, rock or any type of projectile that could have broken the window.

The case remains under investigation.

• A Dickinson man reported Tuesday that someone had stolen his pickup truck and broke into his garage and home on the 400 block of Fifth Avenue East sometime over the past month. The man was gone for the past month and came home to find his vehicle and several items missing from his home and garage, including a TV, two mountain bikes, rims and tires among other things. The man will be providing police with a full list of missing items, the items missing may total over $2,000.

• A Dickinson woman reported that someone had broken into her deceased brother's vacant home and stolen personal items. The woman doesn't know what's missing or who may have taken the items.

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• A Dickinson man reported that someone had stolen an audio subwoofer, an amp and a backpack from his locked vehicle in front of his home on Tuesday night. The items are valued at $1,300 total.

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